Petition Closed

Bring Deck the Haven/Mosaic Masquerade/Heat of the Night back!

This petition had 670 supporters

My fellow Biolans,

For over 20 years, Deck the Haven has been a delightful, fun, and festive community event that has brought Christmas joy to Biola students and the local community. What originally started as the "Hall of Lights" back in the 80s, over the years transformed into the joyful end of the fall semester event we know and love.

Every year over a thousand people attend Deck the Haven and that number has been steadily growing over the past few years. Everyone young and old enjoys the music, games, food, and overall Christmas atmosphere that is a huge stress reliever before finals week.

It has been announced this year that BOTH Deck the Haven, and Mosaic Masquerade are being cut from student activities. Heat of the Night was also cut last year which was another loss to the Biola community. These events are central to Biola students experiences similar to Mock Rock and Nationball. Haven has discussed the ramifications of this decision and are willing to fund the event out of our own pockets (even past Haven alumni pitching in) so we are not asking for money from you, all we ask is for you to stand with us and make your voice heard that these events are wanted!

Haven views Deck the Haven as a gift to the Biola community. Yes we sacrifice many many many hours of time and energy to put on this wonderful event because we enjoy seeing how much the Biola community loves attending. We do the event because it brings community together. Respectfully stand with us, make our voices heard! Comment with your favorite memories of DTH! Sign our petition to bring back DTH/MM/HotN!

Haven puts so much into this event, now we need your help more than ever to put this event into action. Join us, let's make Deck the Haven 2017 the best one yet. Thank you.

Today: Haven is counting on you

Haven Men needs your help with “Bring Deck the Haven and Mosaic Masquerade/Heat of the Night back!”. Join Haven and 669 supporters today.